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Issue Tracker extension for MediaWiki

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MediaWiki is definitely one of the most widely used and best known Wikis out there, it powers Wikipedia.com, but I’m sure you already knew that. I’ve been using it at work to record and document all our internal systems and projects. It’s a great tool, it allows developers and projects managers to collaborate, provide and share information in a very simple and organized way.

In the last couple of months, I’ve been developing some extensions for MediaWiki, the latest one is called Issue Tracker. Watch the following screencast to know more about this extension:

Screencast

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8 thoughts on “Issue Tracker extension for MediaWiki

  1. Hi. This extension look interesting, but I can’t get it to work. I suspect I need Php > 5.0.5 which I use at the moment. I get the following error:

    Parse error: parse error, unexpected T_ARRAY, expecting ‘&’ or T_VARIABLE in /export/home/u01isave/www/wiki/extensions/IssueTracker/
    IssueTracker.body.php on line 134

    Is there a small fix for this, or do I need to upgrade my php?

  2. I got issue tracker working, but it displays only 30 issues, and there is no next button to see the remaining issues. Anyone has it fixed?

    ./arun

  3. Forget it , i got it raised by editing – Models/IssueTrackerModelDefault.php

    // public function getIssues($conds, $offset, $limit = 30)

    ./arun

  4. No sure how I missed this but I got it to work.

    From http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:IssueTracker#Path_bug

    Path bug
    1.13.3 bug found

    the same applies for 1.14.0 and 1.15.1 also

    Open: IssueTracker/Actions/IssueTrackerActionAdd.php

    Find: protected function _getUsers()

    Change: After the opening curly bracket ( { ), add “global $IP;”

    Find: require_once ‘SpecialListusers.php’;

    Change: to require_once $IP . ‘/includes/specials/SpecialListusers.php’;

    –Lhridley 12:41, 18 June 2009 (UTC)

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